The Art of Motherhood. Because images often say so much more than words. Because motherhood is our main source of inspiration. We designed this series of videos to celebrate not only motherhood but also life, creativity and freedom… gently and with honest authenticity.
Their names are Johanna, Marion and Emma, and they have opened the doors to both their studios and their hearts as mothers to us. Studio Romeo slipped quietly and simply into their everyday worlds, in which motherhood and creativity come together in subtle combination. Through the experience of carrying their children, these mums are able to give free rein to the expression of their art &mdash the art of painting, modelling and creating, but also, and above all, the art of mothering...
The Art of Motherhood #1. A visit to Portugal to meet illustrator and architect Johanna. Johanna is wearing the brand new LINEN piece, available right now in the online shop!
Photo Chloe Lapeyssonnie / Video Arthur Degorce / Text Pauline Louis
Our baby carriers are currently available in two sizes : T1 and T2. The fabric is stretchy enough to adapt as best as possible to both the wearer's and the baby's bodies.
Generally, T1 suits sizes from S to M and T2 suits larger sizes.
Important: The fabric will soften and relax during use and as the baby grows. It’s normal that the baby carrier feel a little snug during the first use.
And since each body is unique, you can try it quietly at home to see if it suits you and if not, you can send it back for a refund ;)
You may experience a feeling of tightness but the goal is ultimately that the baby is held firmly against you and does not move, just like with a classic carrier. For the newborn position, depending on the morphology of both the baby and the wearer, it can quickly become restrictive. You can therefore place them into the sitting position early by respecting their physiological position and the natural spacing of their hips. The seating position will feel less snug as the legs will be out.
Also, do not hesitate to flatten the fabric on your back to leave more on the front.
Important: The fabric will soften and relax during use and as the baby grows.
Indeed your child should not be too low, or at least the position should remain as comfortable for them as it is for you and your baby should remain within reach for kisses. If this is not the case, you can make a loop with the fabric on each shoulder. You can make a loop by twisting the side of the scarf and reversing the hems so that the fabric is shortened and the baby is slightly lifted (see video section).
You can also wash your sling (30° or Warm setting in the washing machine) so that the fabric shrinks back to the original size (the product cannot be reimbursed once washed).